Randall Silvis’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Randall Silvis Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Randall Silvis’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Randall Silvis quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Randall Silvis’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“Spin and die, To live again a butterfly.”
― Randall Silvis, Only the Rain

 “Huston conducted all of his relationships from a solid center, from within the stabilizing orbit of his family, always venturing out from and returning to family, with his every action and reaction synchronized with family first, family last, family always, whereas DeMarco, on the other hand, had no center. He ventured out to the other relationships from emptiness, and to emptiness he returned. Every action synchronized with nothing. Emptiness first, emptiness last, emptiness always.”
― Randall Silvis, Two Days Gone

“Personally, I’ve come to believe that theories are of small value when it comes to actually living your life, to making all the hard decisions you have to make and then dealing with the consequences of those decisions.”
― Randall Silvis, Only the Rain

“Reading…can make you fell like not one lone cell stranded in the desolation of the world, but one of eight billion cells conjoined by the world, all hearts echoing the others in the song of one enormous heart.”
― Randall Silvis

 “Because poets and pretty, young things still believe in romance. They still believe that truth heals and beauty sutures. They still believe that love forestalls, deters, and turns away the tragedy that is life.”
― Randall Silvis, Two Days Gone

 “Nathan said, “Not a chance. I’ve heard him recite it in class. He knows dozens of Poe’s poems by heart. ‘The Raven,’ ‘Lenore,’ ‘The Lake,’ ‘To Annie’…dozens of them. Sometimes I think he fucking channels Poe.”
― Randall Silvis, Two Days Gone

“People don’t have to be perfect for you to love them,” he said. “You understand what I’m saying? Sometimes you love them because they aren’t perfect. You love them for their imperfections . . .”
― Randall Silvis, Only the Rain

 “Понеделникът пристигна като товарен влак, дълъг километър и половина и пълен с радиоактивни отпадъци.”

“Чернова”, Рандал Силвис”
― Randall Silvis, Two Days Gone

“We are all made up,” he answered aloud. “We are only real at night.”
― Randall Silvis, Two Days Gone

“The Name of the Rose and J. M. Synge’s Riders to the Sea?”
― Randall Silvis, Two Days Gone

10 Famous Quotes by Author Randall Silvis

10 quotes by Randall Silvis there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Randall Silvis quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Randall Silvis Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Randall Silvis Quote 

“All the solitary hours a writer pours into a novel would avail little if not for the solitary hours poured into it by many unseen others. Anyway I assume those others also do their work in solitude; maybe they work in pairs or crews or tag teams, but I’d rather imagine them slaving over my words in a poorly lit and otherwise unoccupied room, just as I do. Maybe they will have a little music for company, but nothing too upbeat, something along the lines of Mozart’s Requiem, for example, because as everybody who has ever worked on a book knows, this work can be as grueling in its way as crawling on your knees through ten acres of ground-hugging plants to pick potato beetles off one at a time and flick them into a galvanized bucket filled with soapy water. But it can also be as transcendent as the Requiem—or as picking potato beetles when you are in the right frame of mind for it.

Knowing other people are engaged in the same underappreciated labor and squeezing a perverse kind of joy out of it is what keeps me writing, especially if it’s my field of potatoes they are picking over. Sometimes I like to picture each of my collaborators working their way down a row, their backs aching, hands filthy with beetle juice, fingernails broken, eyes going cross-eyed in the faltering light. It’s inspirational.

Thirty years ago, I would have written (and did) a dull-as-dirt acknowledgment to thank each of my collaborators. It would have had all the excitement of a divorce decree. Back then I had no idea how difficult and precarious a job it is to turn out a novel every couple of years. It gets more difficult and precarious every year. So does living. To me, they’re pretty much the same thing.”― Randall Silvis, Two Days Gone

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